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Hydrobiological Journal

DOI: 10.1615/HydrobJ.v37.i6.30
10 pages

Microbiological Studies of Water and Mucilaginous Biofilms in the Source of the Ob River in the Section Contaminated by Industrial Sewage

G. P. Polovinko
Institute of the Taxonomy and Ecology of Animals Siberian Department Russian Academy of Sciences Novosibirsk, Russia

SINOPSIS

In 1993-1994 in the source of the Ob river, the control waters were assigned to b-mesosaprobic zone, whereas the waters contaminated by industrial sewage were assigned to a-mesosaprobic zone. This fact suggests that the degree of purification of industrial sewage was insufficient. A high content of the main components of biofilms, including Geotrichum candidum and representatives of the order Mucorales, in the waters contaminated by industrial sewage suggests that industrial sewage significantly affects the development of biofilms.


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